Full post here. (with photos)
Of course, it may not be an atrocity in your opinion (and could be quite nice), but it is presented as a top down, anaesthetic, or compromised aesthetic, piece of architecture placed there by the government in the name of the people…regardless of what came before.
It reminded me of Brasilia: Brasilia: A Planned City
Also On This Site: Roger Scruton In The City Journal: Cities For Living–Is Modernism Dead?